Renesas Electronics and SEGGER collaborate to provide RX65N/RX651 MCU users with emWin GUI

November 22, 2017 ECD Staff

Renesas Electronics Corporation and SEGGER have announced a collaboration that makes SEGGER’s emWin GUI software package available for commercial use at no cost to customers using Renesas’ RX65N/RX651 microcontrollers (MCUs). Engineers that develop a human-machine interface (HMI), or any commercial system based on an RX65N/RX651 device will receive a free license to use the emWin library version, including its full suite of tools. 

The emWin embedded GUI software is compatible with single-task and multitask environments using a proprietary operating system, or with any commercial RTOS. emWin can be found in all market segments, including industrial, medical, consumer, smart home, white goods, and automotive.

The RX65N/RX651 MCUs combine an RX CPU core architecture and 120 MHz operation to achieve processing performance of 4.55 CoreMark/MHz. The MCUs include an integrated Trusted Secure IP, flash functionality, and an HMI for industrial and network control systems operating at the edge of the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT). The RX65N/RX651 MCUs also include an embedded TFT controller and integrated 2D graphic accelerator ideal for TFT displays designed into IIoT edge devices or system control applications. Selecting a display size up to WQVGA allows its 640 KB of on-chip RAM to be used as display frame buffer, which saves external RAM.

For more information and to download the emWin GUI package, visit emWin graphics for Renesas RX651/RX65N MCUs.

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